Walter Mondale, who served as vice president under Jimmy Carter and was the Democratic candidate for president in 1984, died Monday at the age of 93, according to a family spokesman.

Shortly before his death on Sunday, the elderly statesman spoke Axios reported by phone from Minnesota to President Biden and former Presidents Jimmy Carter and Bill Clinton, and Vice President Harris and Governor of Minnesota Tim Walz.

In a farewell email received from the website, Mondale said 320 employees who had worked for him during his four decades of political career with how much they meant to him and said he knew they would “carry on the good fight”.

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